The EADM Cenacle, supports the spiritual formation and works of mercy for the laity. It fosters the devotion to the Real Presence of our Lord in the Most Holy Eucharist. The apostolate promotes Eucharistic Adoration, together with the hourly praying of the Divine Mercy Chaplet for the sick and the dying. EADM also renders works of mercy to the poor, the AIDS victims, the orphans and the prisoners.
As Eucharistic Apostles of Divine Mercy, members commit to share in the mission of saving souls by bringing the message of the Divine Mercy to the hurting world. The small faith group prays for vocations to the priesthood and the religious life and for the end of abortion.
The spiritual formation program is based on the Scripture, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and the Diary of St. Maria Faustina – Divine Mercy in My Soul. The revelations given to St. Maria Faustina are excellent resources for spiritual growth and in deepening the understanding of the Divine Mercy. The group sharing include personal experiences of God, and overly intellectual discussions are guarded against. Discussions based on the three resources involve dialogue not a lecture.
The weekly meeting is set on Fridays at 10 o’clock, at the Nazareth Room of IHMP.
Corporal Works of Mercy
Since the EADM Cenacle started on April 15, 2012, several outreach programs had been carried out such as: National Bilibid Prison Medium Security, Molave Youth Home, Postive Action Foundation Philippines, Inc PAFPI (HIV & AIDS), Feeding, Responding to the call for assistance of victims of natural and man-made disasters.
Spiritual Works of Mercy: We also do several spiritual works of mercy namely, to instruct the ignorant, to counsel the doubtful, to admonish sinners, to bear wrongs patiently, to forgive offences willingly, to comfort the afflicted and to pray for the living and the dead is a daily activity after the 6:30 A.M mass at IHMP.
“At the hour of their death, I defend as My own glory every soul that will say this chaplet; or when others say it for a dying person, the indulgence is the same” (Diary, 811).